Tickets to Melbourne Storm's ANZAC Day clash against the Manly Sea Eagles are now on sale to the general public.
On the back of a sell-out crowd of 28,716 in 2014, the regular fixture match is a fully ticketed game to ensure as many members and fans can attend the game.
Always a highlight on the NRL calendar, Storm and the Sea Eagles have delivered plenty of high quality contests in recent years as two of the game’s greatest rivals. With representative players spread across the park for both clubs, the 2015 edition on ANZAC Day promises to be no different.
General admission members will need to reserve a seat to get access to this match, securing a reserved seat via Ticketek in the general admission area will only cost $7.50 per membership, the cost of the transaction fee. General Admission members and fans are encouraged to secure their tickets early to save money and avoid disappointment on missing out on one of the Club’s biggest matches of the season.
Reserved seat members are not required to do anything additional for this game, as membership cards will gain entry at the gate and your regular seat as normal.
For the first time, five marquee NRL games will be played on ANZAC Day with New Zealand, Sydney and Brisbane also hosting matches in what will commemorate 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli.